TCA recently replaced some of its most crucial infrastructure! We are very thankful for the hard work and dedication of everyone that made it happen, including the beautification of the property since. Take a look at the before, during, and after photos.
Employees and their family members were asked to break out their pumpkin carving kits and put their creative minds to work for our Pumpkin Carving Contest! We had 4 different age categories with a winner in each. Check out some of the tremendous work our participants did!
We can’t forget TCA’s costumed mascots!
Representing TCA’s most cherished Events – BBQs and Donut Days
TCA employees LOVE a good BBQ! We were so happy to be able to bring these back for 2021, even if they looked a little different. Check out some pictures from our final Oktoberfest BBQ to wrap up the season.
We will patiently wait until May when BBQ season commences once again!
TCA hit the links for our annual golf tournament this September at Victoria Park Valley Golf Course. 5 Teams came out to compete in this friendly best ball tournament which finished with a delicious dinner and prizes for all participants.
It all starting from humble beginnings: a borrowed laptop, borrowed printer and modest line of credit. Two young men, only a few years out of school, dared quit their jobs to design and build TCA’s first machine. Money and time were lacking, but confidence, creativity, and tenacity were not! Now, 25 years later, confidence is based on experience. Creativity and tenacity continue with every employee and project. The result? We regularly ‘wow’ our customers with exceptional machines.
Today we celebrate the customers and employees who have given us 25 years.
Every employee at TCA takes pride in the work we do and the quality of equipment we made. While TCA’s employees are one big happy family, that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for some friendly competition.
Check out some pictures from this year’s go-kart race held at Hamilton Indoor Indy.
Combining state-of-the-art LED technology and automated equipment to grow food in urban areas.
The planet has lost some 40 per cent of its arable land over the past few decades, and we’re rapidly depleting the rest. The farmers at We the Roots grow leafy greens for chefs like O&B’s Anthony Walsh in a hydroponic, automated vertical farm just off the DVP, using less space to cultivate more food year round. They’re boosted by some out-of-this-world technology from the University of Guelph, where researchers are developing plants that can thrive in hostile environments like Mars. The trick is tailored LED light combinations: scientists can tweak the lights’ colour and intensity to alter the nutrients, growth and even flavour profile of arugula, chicory and kale.